The dragons in Merge Dragons

Dragons are seen as the essence of Merge Dragons. They will give you the dragon power that you need in order to reveal dead land at the camp. You will need to get dragon eggs and then these can be merged into the dragons.

What type of dragons can you find in Merge Dragons Cheats?

There are specific eggs that will obviously give you access to all kinds of dragons. First, you have the standard eggs that have crimson, gargoyle, golem, grass, green, rock, sharp, spotted, toadstool, nature or sun dragons.

But there are also non-buyable eggs, like the butterfly, cosmos, friend, life, midas, prism, tribal, wise or zen dragons. And there are obviously the event eggs like the Anubis, aquad, basket, cat, bunny, cupid, deer, diva, dog, doll, hera, jester, owl dragons and many others.

Mystery eggs

Aside from these eggs, you can also find the mystery eggs. You can buy a nest of them at the egg shop. They will bring you all kinds of different egg types like ruby fire, sapphire and tanzanite eggs. These is a chance that they will be able to give you some very rare dragons. But they can also be rather common, so it’s something that you have to take into consideration.

In Merge Dragons you can find around 48 different dragon breeds, each one of them having 2 tiers and 6 dragon types. So there’s a lot of content to be had here, with more of it expanding all the time and the experience getting better and better no matter the situation. However, you have to keep in mind that you are only allowed to merge dragons that have the same level and breed. If those are not matching, then you will not be able to merge anything which can be an issue.

Merge Dragons is a very creative game and you can see that from the plethora of dragons that they provided. The gameplay is very immersive, you will soon find yourself experimenting with dragons and there’s always new types of dragons and new content coming to make it even more fun.

Klondike Derby – February 14, 2015

1.0 Overview

The Klondike Derby is an annual event sponsored by the Order of the Arrow and involving troops from throughout the district. The idea is that each patrol pulls a sled bearing all their equipment along a course that leads from station to station. At each station the patrol is asked to demonstrate a particular Scout skill or meet some challenge involving a Scout skill. The patrol is scored at each station and at the end of the day the highest score wins the competition. The event is being held at the Palmer Brook Scout Reservation in Littleton, NH.

2.0 Concept

2.1 Description

We will meet at the Rec Center at 7:15, assemble gear, pack the cars, and aim for a departure of 7:30 so that we can arrive in Littleton by 8:45. At the fairgrounds we will check in and then follow the instructions for the event. The patrol will proceed from station to station as assigned. When the course is complete, all patrols will meet for the award of prizes and a closing ceremony. We will then return to Hanover.

Please review the 2015 Klondike Guide for more information.

2.2 Schedule of Events

Saturday, 14 February

0700 — Advance party meets at Rec Center. Retrieve sleds and other gear.
0715 — Scouts arrive. Pack gear into cars.
0730 — Depart for Palmer Brook Scout Reservation.
0845 — Arrive Palmer Brook Scout Reservation. Unpack and register.
0900 — Opening Ceremony.
0915 — Event start. Proceed as directed along the Klondike Trail.
1200 — Lunch.
1500 — Complete course.
1530 — Closing Ceremony.
1600 — Depart for Hanover.
1715 — Arrive in Hanover.

2.3 Expected Conditions and Difficulty

There are no significant difficulties or hazards, but the weather is expected to be COLD! Dress appropriately.

2.4 Special Requirements

Open to all Boy Scouts, Scouters, and parents. There are no skill prerequisites for this outing.

3.0 Administration and Logistics

3.1 Announcement Date: 8 Jan 15

3.2 Roster Closing Date: 7 Feb 15

3.3 Costs

$5 per participant, patches may be available for $5 extra.

3.4 Equipment

3.4.1 Individual Equipment

Class A uniform!Winter hiking gear as described in the Personal Equipment List. Pay particular attention to the clothing, winter supplement, and survival equipment sections.Adequate clothing for the weather!

  • Layers to stay warm, including a windproof outer layer
  • Warm gloves AND mittens
  • Snow pant
  • Winter boots
  • Warm hat(s)
  • Hand and foot warmers if need them

Boy Scout Handbook (each scout)Nerckerchief (required for first aid)Personel messkitAt least 2 liter of water per scout (put the bottles in a CLEAN wool sock to keep them warm!Snowshoes if you have them.CompassPencil and paperOne can of condensed soup (no cream of or milk based soups please)!

3.4.2 Patrol Equipment

SledPatrol flagBowsawWatchBlanketMatches/flint and steelFirst Aid Kit including bandaging materials, including 1 large triangular bandage and 2 Splints.Survival kitSturdy scout staves (one staff per patrol member, min. 3)Rope for lashings and hanging bucket to make snowCompassEnough dry wood to start a small fireTrash bag2 Gallons of waterScout Spirit

3.4.3 Troop Equipment

First Aid Kit

3.5 Transportation Plan

Drop-off Point: Community Center
Drop-off Time: 0715 Sat 14 Feb15
Pickup Point: Community Center
Pickup Time: 1715 Same day.

Driving Directions to Palmer Brook Scout Reservation in Littleton, NH (I didn’t write this, it came from the organizers):

Palmer Brook Scout Reservation
911 Broomstick Hill Road
Littleton, NH

As fer getting’ to Littleton, well, comin’ up from the South, take that big road, I-93, and be getting’ off at a sign that says “Exit 41, fer Littleton & Whitefield.” Ye’ll go right and stay straight ‘till ya get to a traffic light – hold your horse there ‘till it’s green. Then turn left, and make yer first right at the movie theater. Big fancy sign there says “Jax Jr.” That there’s the road to the horse lot AND to our camp. To get to our camp, go all the way up that road, ‘bout 2.1 miles. Ye’ll notice the name o’the road changes part-ways up, from Pleasant to Manns Hill, and that’s okay, yer goin’ the right way. Ye’ll turn left on Broomstick Hill and go just about 2 miles to our camp, on your left. Park where the rest o’the horses are and walk or sled down the hill. But be hearin’ us now – we ain’t got much room for horses, so ye’ll really want to share some rides.

4.0 Leadership

4.1 Planning Committee


4.2 Adult Leaders

SMIC: Mr. MendelsohnMr. LowMr. LantzAsher LantzMr. Stocken (Pack 45)

Approved DLM 8Feb15

Nunnemacher Cabin Weekend – 21-22 Mar 2015

1.0 Overview

Troop 45 Scouts will hold a Winter outing at the Nunnemacher Cabin located at the Dartmouth Skiway in Lyme, NH. Scouts and adults can choose to ski or snowboard at the skiway, or snowshoe/hike on the AT between the road and Holts ledge.  Due to the variety of options, skiers and snowboarders can pair up or form small groups to learn from each other and stick together during the afternoon.  We will meet in the lodge mid-afternoon and before the lift closes to head to the cabin.  The evening meal and breakfast will be done as a patrol. Evening activities can include scout games, stargazing, hiking and patrol activities.

Note 1: Our ability to get to the cabin using the lift and skiing to the cabin be may limited by the snow conditions.  All participants should be prepared to hike up to the cabin if needed.  Those who want to hike to the cabin (via the AT) instead of skiing down to it from the top of the lift, certainly have that option.

Note 2: There aren’t any discount tickets available for scouts this year.  Scouts and adults will need to purchase their individual tickets to ski. Ticket prices are posted on the Skiway website.

Note 3: This scouting event begins at 1200 on Saturday and ends at 1000 on Sunday. With parents permission, scout may arrive early to ski in the morning, and also ski on Sunday.  Please let the scoutmaster know in advance if this is the case.

Note 4: There is no use of the cabin prior to the entire troop convening in the cabin later in the afternoon. Scouts may not be in the cabin without adults.

2.0 Concept

2.1 Description

Nunnemacher Cabin is located between Papoose and Lyme Drop ski trails on the Holt ledge side of the Skiway. Our meeting place for dropoff and pickup will be at the ski lodge.

2.2 Schedule of Events

General schedule will be as follows:

Saturday, 21 Mar

1200 — Meet at the ski lodge. Review the plan and organize into groups based on activities
1400 — Meet at the lodge for a headcount and hot chocolate
1545 — Meet near the lift for Holts to take the lift and ski with gear (if conditions permit) or hike to the cabin.
1645 — All should have arrived at the cabin, setup and prepare duty roster
1715 — Opening ceremony
1730 — Prepare dinner, eat, cleanup
1930 — Evening activity
2200 — Lights out and all quiet.

Sunday, 22 Mar

0700 — Reveille
0730 — Prepare and eat breakfast, cleanup dishes and cabin area. Pack up all gear; be prepared to depart.
0900 — Roll call at the cabin; closing flag ceremony and Sunday Service
0930 — Depart for the lodge.
1000 — Pickup by parents. Check out with a Scoutmaster before departing!

Those who wish to stay for Sunday afternoon are free to stay and continue skiing and snowboarding if they have parental permission and supervision. (Regular price lift ticket required.)

2.3 Expected Conditions and Difficulty

This activity will be conducted at the Dartmouth Skiway, a modern ski area. Nummemacher Cabin is rustic, but safe and comfortable. There is no electricity at the cabin, but it is equipped with wood heat and a gas stove. Sleeping accommodations include thin mattresses and lots of floor space.

Check the weather and dress appropriately. Drink lots of water. Activities will be moderated so everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience. Depending on snow conditions Alpine skiing will be conducted on the slopes of the Dartmouth skiway. Skiers will obey all skiway rules and comply with the Skiers Responsibility Code (This web site also has some humorous tips for preparing for the ski season.)

2.4 Special Requirements

Open to all Boy Scouts, scouters, and parents. A permission slip and current health form (parts A and B only required for this outing) on file with the troop is required for each scout participating. See 3.2.1 below.

3.0 Administration and Logistics

3.1 Announcement Date: 12 Feb 15

3.2 Roster Closing Date: 18 Mar 15

3.2.1 Permission Form

Each participating Scout must have a signed permission form. The form has been distributed by email. Please return your form to Mr. Mendelsohn no later than March 5.

3.2.2 Health Form

Each participating Scout must have a current (within the past 12 months) health form on file with the troop. The form has been distributed by email. Please return your form to Mr. Mendelsohn no later than March 5.

3.3 Costs

$20.00 per person for use of the cabin and for food.

$32-42 for half day lift ticket for Saturday (price based on age).
Ticket available at 12:20pm for 12:30 ski

Cost of any equipment rental if required and snacks in the lodge if desired.

3.4 Equipment

3.4.1 Individual Equipment

  • Class B uniform.
  • Ski, snowboard or snowshoe equipment and clothing
  • Backpack, warm sleeping bag, fleece, shells top and bottom, gloves,
    hat, goggles.
  • Lunch, more water
  • Helmet is Required for ski activity.
  • Extra pair of shoes and clothes. This is to clean up after a day in the snow.
  • Plastic bag for dirty clothes.
  • Cup, cook pot and spoon for eating.
  • Headlamp, flashlight, lantern. There are no electric lights in the cabin.
  • Compass.

Do not bring any electronic entertainment equipment.

3.4.2 Patrol Equipment


3.4.3 Troop Equipment

First Aid KitMaps of Dartmouth Skiway and vicinityFood: Sat Dinner and Sun Breakfast will be procured/prepared using the patrol method.

3.5 Transportation Plan

Drop-off Point: Dartmouth Skiway Lodge
Drop-off Time: 1130 on Saturday.
Pick-up Point: Dartmouth Skiway Lodge
Pick-up Time: 1000 Sunday

Directions: NH 10 north to Lyme. Bear right just past the green,
following signs to Dartmouth Skiway.

4.0 Leadership

4.1 Planning Committee

Nathaniel – GrubmasterAdult owner: Mr. Perron

4.2 Adult Leaders

SMIC: Mr. MendelsohnMr. Perron

Approved DLM 15 Mar 15

Tenderfoot Skills Camp — 30-31 May 2015

1.0 Overview
As part of the New Scout Training Program, the troop offers a campout geared specifically to the needs of our newest Scouts. Although a simple campout at Storrs Pond, it will include the elements of more ambitious outings, including a hiking approach and the use of backpacking techniques. There will be numerous opportunities to learn basic outdoor skills, but also activities just for fun.
This campout will help meet requirements a number of Tenderfoot requirements, and will introduce new scouts to Troop 45 outing procedures. It also offers opportunities to work on other requirements for Second Class and Totten Chip.
2.0 Concept
2.1 Description
We will meet at Storrs Pond Main Entrance on Saturday at noon, and hike the half mile to our campsite at the end of the pond. We will make camp at our site, and engage in training and fun activities for the day. Sunday morning will be a quick pack and go.
2.2 Schedule of Events
May 30, 2014
1200 — Meet at Storrs Pond main entrance parking area. check gear
1220 — Hike into our camping area
1250 — Arrive and setup for lunch
1300 — Make lunch
1400 — Identify poisonous species, safe hiking, EDGE method
1500 — Sign off on requirements that new scouts are prepared for
1520 — Color guard, patrol spirit, buddy system
1550 — Fire and knife safety, begin dinner prep
1700 — Dinner
1800 — Setup tents
1830 — Daylight manhunt
1930 — Campfire – requirement 7
2030 — Nighttime manhunt
2130 — Bed prep
2200 — Lights out

May 31, 2014
0700 — Awake
0730 — Breakfast
0815 — Break camp, patrol campsite and finish lagging requirements
0930 — Depart camp.
1000– Pick-up at Main Entrance Parking Area.
2.3 Expected Conditions and Difficulty
The hike in to camp is easy on wide trails, but be properly equipped and packed for a hiking approach. There will also be physical activity during the events.
Be prepared for the forecast weather. This is a 100% uniformed event. Class A uniform is required for travel and for flags; class B otherwise.

The campsite is an established site.

2.4 Special Requirements
Open to all scouts, scouters, and parents.
There are no skills prerequisites for this outing.

3.0 Administration and Logistics
3.1 Announcement Date: 1 May 15
3.2 Roster Closing Date: 27 May 15
3.3 Costs
$10 for patrol food per person.
3.4 Food
Although this outing is intended as training for wilderness travel, we will nevertheless be cooking by patrol.
3.5 Equipment
3.5.1 Individual Equipment
Class A uniform for travel and flags; Class B otherwise.
Overnight gear as described in the Personal Equipment handout.
Pocket Knife (in your pack, not your pocket)
Bring at least 2 liters of water per person. There is no potable water at the campsite. (But there is water not too far away.)
Boy Scout Handbook.
Personal cooking gear (cup and spoon), or whatever is needed for the planned menu.
We will into buddy groups of two or three each. Each buddy group should share a tent.

3.5.2 Patrol Equipment
Patrol Flag.
Patrol cooking equipment
3.5.3 Troop Equipment
Flag kit.
First aid kit
Gear for Totten Chip
3.6 Transportation Plan
Drop-off Point: Storrs Pond Main Entrance
Drop-off Time:1200 Saturday
Pick-up Point: Storrs Pond Main Entrance
Pick-up Time: 1000 Sunday
4.0 Leadership
4.1 Planning Committee
4.2 Adult Leaders
SMIC: Mr. Perron
Mr. Low
Mr. O’Toole
Mr. Christensen
Approved DLM 27May15

Moose Mountain Madness Overnight — 7-8 Nov 2012

1.0 Overview
Moose Mountain in Hanover is on the Appalachian Trail (AT), and rises to an elevation of about 2300 feet. Although it is not too tall in comparison with other peaks in the White Mountains to the north, Moose Mountain is a place that still warrants respect in the winter environment. This outing is the annual “winter shakedown,” an opportunity to get our winter camping equipment and skills in order before the weather becomes too extreme. The hike will provide a modest challenge. The hike will include about 0.4 miles of backpacking to and from the campsite, with a day hike to the Moose Mountain shelter and return to the campsite.

This outing will offer scouts of all experience levels to get an early taste of winter hiking and camping. Advancement opportunities include first and second class hiking and troop activity requirements and hiking merit badge requirements. This outing is suitable for the second class 5-mile hike requirement provided the Scouts do the necessary preparatory work in advance.

2.0 Concept
2.1 Description
This outing an overnight hike in late fall/early winter conditions. We will meet at the Community Center and travel by car to the AT crossing on Three Mile Road in Hanover. From there we will backpack with our gear to Mink Brook where we will set up our camping area. After the camping area is set up, we will summit South Moose, orienteering for between one half and one mile. We will eat lunch at the summit. After lunch we will continue north to the Moose Mountain shelter and examine the site. We will return to the camping area via Clark Pond Loop and the Harris Trail. There will be a campfire program during the evening. In the morning we will break camp and hike back to the AT trailhead. We will then return to the Community Center by car.
Requirements that may be fulfilled on this trip
Second Class
-1a demonstrate how a compass works and how to orient a map
-1b 5 mile hike with map and compass
-3b select patrol site and set up your tent
-3d prepare tinder and kindling for fires
-3e cooking stove use and safety (questionable)
-3f fire building
-3g cook hot breakfast (questionable)

First Class
-6 show evidence of 10 plants
2.2 Schedule of Events
Saturday 7 November

0900 — Meet at Community Center.
0900-1100 –- Scouting for Food Activities
1100 — Final Gear Check
1130 — Depart to the AT trailhead on Three Mile Road.
1200 — Arrive at trailhead.
1230 — Hike to campsite and setup & lunch
1300 — Depart for hike
1500 – Snack at South Peak
15:30 –- Depart for campsite
1700 — Arrive back at campsite
1700 –- Manhunt to learn boundaries
1730 –- Dinner
1900 –- Manhunt in the dark
2000 –- String burning, campfire program, and s’mores
2100 — Lights out

Sunday 8 November

0700 — Wake-Up. Breakfast
0900 — Break camp. Police and pickup.
0845 — On trail to Three Mile Road.
0930 — Arrive at Three mile Rd. Debrief.
1000 — Depart for Community Center.
1015 — Arrive at Community Center.

2.3 Expected Conditions and Difficulty
Moose Mountain not very high, and it is early in the season, but this outing is supposed to be our preparation for more severe winter conditions, so be prepared for full winter conditions. All participants must be prepared for winter conditions.
2.4 Special Requirements
Open to all Boy Scouts, Scouters, and parents. There are no skill prerequisites for this outing, although proper equipment is required.
3.0 Administration and Logistics
3.1 Announcement Date: 21 Oct 15
3.2 Roster Closing Date: 3 Nov 15
3.3 Costs
$20 per person for food.
3.4 Equipment
3.4.1 Individual Equipment
As with all Troop 45 activities, you are expected to be in uniform. If you have the Troop 45 winter tee shirt, that is a good choice for your base layer. If you do not have one, choose a non-cotton base layer and wear your brown uniform shirt over it. A neckerchief is not required. The Personal equipment list recommends wool trousers, but an excellent alternative is nylon uniform trousers over heavy long-john bottoms.
Wear bright colors. It is hunting season.
Winter hiking gear as described in the Personal Equipment List. Pay particular attention to the clothing, winter supplement, and survival equipment sections. You must have
— Full body wind protection!
— Spare gloves or mittens.
— Spare hat.
— Hand warmers and foot warmers.
— If you are hiking in summer boots, also bring insulated footwear for standing around camp.
— A Small garbage bag to wrap your boots in and put in your sleeping bag to keep them from freezing.
YakTrax, Stabilicers, Microspikes or similar traction devices might be handy if there is ice on the trail.
Two liters of water.
Sandwiches, etc. for lunch on Saturday
3.4.2 Patrol Equipment
3.4.3 Troop Equipment
Topographic map of Moose Mt (Enfield Quad, Lyme Quad).
Twine for activities.
S’more materials.
Animal and plant guide books.
Garbage Bags
First Aid Kit
Food for three meals:
— Saturday Lunch/Snack – Cold
— Saturday Dinner – Hot
— Sunday Breakfast – Hot.
Stove and fuel.
4.0 Directions to the Trailhead
From the Green, follow East Wheelock Street up and over Balch Hill and down to the village of Etna in 4.3 miles. At the T junction in Etna, turn left onto Two Mile Road. After 0.8 miles, turn right onto Rudsboro Road, follow it along the brook for 1.5 miles, and turn left onto the dirt Three Mile Road. Follow this road as it ascends uphill, crests, and descends again. At the top of the next hill, 1.3 miles from Rudsboro Road, the AT crosses the road. Park in the small dirt parking area on the left. If there is no space in the lot, there is another lot approximately 0.2 miles further along Three Mile Road.


We’re the Hanover Boy Scouts. For information on joining, contact our Scoutmaster. You’re also always welcome to visit us at a troop meeting.
Troop 45 meets every Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm at the Richard Black Community Center. During the months of June, July, and August we generally meet at Storrs Pond Area 5. See the Calendar for more information.
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